Risk factors identified include height, a previous history of laminitis, breed, herd size, and more.
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Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. My horse recently suffered major chest trauma, deep lacerations, major blood loss, etc. He went into hypovolemic shock due to the blood loss following the injury and a bad colic. Can you tell me more about shock related to blood loss or trauma?
Have you ever almost given up on a horse because of his behavior? I was ready to. Then I made a plan.